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The dreaded "C" word is something no one wants to hear their doctor say. While cancer is terrifying, it's crucial to catch this disease early to increase chances of survival and stop the growth or spread in its tracks. Learning about a few signs that you've developed cancer is one way to be proactive about catching this disease early. Review these 8 signs you have cancer so you can take them seriously and catch this dreaded disease early. As for our current pandemic: Read on—and to ensure your h
I knew that was going to happen… The truth about premonitions. Uncanny and creepy, premonitions that turn out to be authentic can feel profound. But is there science to explain them?
Megan Fox, Gigi Hadid, Emily Ratajkowski, and more have stepped out with JW Pei’s bags.
Smoking marijuana to treat health ailments like the symptoms from cancer chemotherapy, lenox-gusto syndrome and other conditions does provide some relief and benefits according to the National Institute of Health. That said, smoking marijuana daily and abusing the drug can have serious harmful side effects. Dr. Parham Yashar, MD FACS FAANS Board Certified Neurosurgeon at Dignity Health Northridge Hospital, says, "There is evidence that regular use of cannabis results in changes in the brain, esp
Right now, the coronavirus is the #1 health concern in the land, but keeping your heart healthy should also remain paramount: Heart disease remains the #1 cause of death in America, according to the CDC, with 655,381 dying from it yearly. And since COVID-19 can cause heart problems, it makes sense to make sure your ticker is ticking properly. "Even if we feel healthy now, the point of this is to avoid a heart attack in the next 10 to 20 years," says cardiologist Tarak Rambhatla, MD, about the im
According to iRobot, you can now say goodbye to sticky cleaning situations.
Including saturated colors like red, purple, and blue that are perfect for fall.
The weather's turning cold—it's time to up the hydration in your skincare regimen with Drunk Elephant's Protini Polypeptide Moisturizer.
It's well-known that prescription painkillers like opioids can lead to addiction and devastating health consequences. But it might be easy to overlook that over-the-counter painkillers aren't meant to be taken every day for longer than a few weeks, unless directed by your doctor. That's because medications like aspirin, ibuprofen and acetaminophen—as familiar as they are from TV commercials and mom's medicine cabinet—are still strong medicines that can affect the body in unintended ways beyond r
Last year, the supplement industry was worth an estimated $46 billion in the United States alone. It's a beast of an industry—and can be dangerous if you're not careful. Supplements do not undergo the same restrictions and regulations as prescription drugs. They are not approved by the FDA and are only "intended to add further nutritional value to (supplement) the diet." Because of this, a lot of conflicting information around the industry pops up when consumers are trying to better their health
Degrees of separation: what connects Richard Osman to LeBron and Zendaya?. From Mamma Mia! to the NBA superstar, with a detour into Suede, we dive down the rabbit hole of the presenter and writer’s career
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have released new event and celebration guidelines for the 2021 holiday season. Here's what they're recommending Americans do to keep safe.
Coronavirus cases are going down but not fast enough for the pandemic to seem anywhere near over. Concerned with the cases still infecting so much of the world, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, spoke with IDEAS host Nahlah Ayed, and was asked about those who are skeptical to the science. Read on for six life-saving pieces of advice—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't
Coronavirus vaccine boosters are now available to every eligible American, another tool to protect yourself. But who should get theirs, will we need to keep getting shots and what do we tell those who still resist the vaccine? Dr. Vivek Murthy, the US Surgeon General, appeared on NPR yesterday morning to discuss these concerns and offer 6 points of life-saving advice. Read on—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had COVID. 1 Surgeon Gener
A&W is putting customer math skills to the test with a revamp of its famous "1/3 lb. burger"—now officially known as the "3/9 lb. burger." If you're scratching your head reading that, rest assured: you're not alone.The launch of the new burger was inspired by a renewed interest in an infamous moment from A&W's history: a failed marketing campaign involving hamburgers, fractions, and confused A&W fans. At the center of it all was the 1/3 lb. burger. Decades on, A&W is still trying to set the reco
Pepsi & Shirlie: ‘When I think back to that shoot, I just remember a feeling of freedom’. The singers recreate their first pop portrait and and discuss friendship, family and Wham!
Hoda Kotb and Olivia Newton-John opened up about breast cancer in a 'Today' interview. “We’re sisters,” Newton-John said of their shared breast cancer battle.
Forgetting where you put your keys even more often than usual? There are plenty of lifestyle changes you can make to stay sharp, including exercising more, sticking to a healthy sleep schedule, and keeping your mind active. The foods that you eat can play a vital role too. A new study suggests that a diet rich in highly processed foods may lead to memory loss, but adding docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) supplements could fight these harmful effects.In the study, published in the journal Brain, Behavio
About two-thirds of dementia patients are women, and after age 60, a woman has a 1 in 5 chance of developing the condition, says the Women's Alzheimer's Movement. Complicating these statistics: Women tend to focus on caring for their partners, children, grandchildren, and other family—often at the expense of their own health. Dementia is a progressive disease, and early diagnosis is key so it can be treated or slowed if possible. That's why it's important that women, and those who love them, are
Grocery shoppers have noticed their supermarket receipts have gotten shorter, but the total cost has gone up. Retailers across the country have reported item shortages, worker shortages, and shipping delays, which impact the prices of the food on grocery shelves. Unfortunately, one grocery store owner claims the price increases are about to get worse.Gristedes Supermarkets CEO John Catsimatidis recently told Fox Business he expects food prices to spike again in the coming weeks. Gristedes is a N